Vienna is the capital city of Austria, and it is considered the largest and most populous city of the country, with a population of around 2.6 million residents. It is the second-largest German-speaking city, right after Berlin. The city accommodates many major international organizations, these include OPEC, OSCE and the United Nations. Vienna is most well-known for its blend of stunning modern and imperial architecture and sights, its many *cultural events and cozy wine taverns.

*(Some annual events in this city include the International Orchid Show, Festival du Film Francophone, Summer Night classical concert, Vienna Jazz Festival, Donauinselfest, Rathaus Film Festival, and Game City. These might be interesting to explore on your incentive trip!)

When visiting this city, tourists, internationals and business people alike tend to explore the many architectural wonders and unusual attractions. Examples are the Museumsquartier; which is one of the largest museums in Europe, Palace of Justice; which is a gorgeous Neo-Renaissance building, Schönbrunn Palace; which is a Baroque style palace, and Kriminalmuseum; which is a museum dedicated to Viennese murders.

Vienna is a city of imperial architecture, with many historical and cultural sights, multiple cozy wine taverns and the most interesting museums. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to Vienna would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • Schönbrunn Palace (in Baroque style)
  • St Stephen’s Cathedral (most important church in Vienna)
  • Hofburg Palace (served as the main winter palace for rulers)
  • Schonbrunn Gardens
  • Belvedere Museum (served as the summer residence for Austrian princes)
  • Rathaus (town hall)
  • Vienna State Opera
  • The Spanish Riding School (watch riding demonstrations, or try training sessions)
  • Vienna Natural History Museum (minerals, meteorites, precious stones, skeletons, fossils etc.)
  • Donauturm (viewing/observation tower)
  • Vienna Woods (span of 45km, try a tour, boat ride, visit the small villages)
  • Austrian National Library (baroque style)
  • Stephansdom Crypt (skeletons)
  • Habsburg Imperial Crypt
  • Globe Museum
  • The Narrenturm (former asylum, now pathological anatomy museum)
  • Kriminalmuseum (macabre museum, which is devoted to Viennese murders)
  • Classical Concert at Mozart’s House
  • St. Charles Church (cathedral, built to show gratitude for the passing of a plague epidemic)
  • Sigmund Freud Museum (former private quarters of Dr. Sigmund Freud)
  • Museum of Art Fakes (celebrates works of famous forgers)
  • Cemetery of the Nameless (anonymous victims who drowned in the Danube)
  • Justizpalast (Palace of Justice Vienna)
  • Clock Museum (museum filled with over 1,000 clocks, one of the clocks will run until the year 9999)
  • Museumsquartier (one of the largest museums in Europe)

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